Academy Award® nominee Quvenzhané Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild) stars as Annie, a young, happy foster kid who’s also tough enough to make her way on the streets of West Harlem in 2014. Continue Reading →
Many are familiar with Melba’s Restaurant located at 300 West 114th Street owned by successful business owner, Melba Wilson. However, Melba also owns the beautiful spacious 350-seat dining hall, Melba’s 125 located on the 3rd floor of the Harlem State Office Building, 163 West 125th Street. Continue Reading →
By Eartha Watts-Hicks
Last night I was at an Academy screening and Q&A for Selma. This is probably one of the most prolific films I have ever seen. Continue Reading →
The pace of transformation of Harlem’s 125th Street is picking up speed, attracting developers and retailers who want to be part of the thoroughfare’s ascent. Continue Reading →
Rare Original Harlem Stars Negro League documents of five 1931 American League Base Ball Club of New York and Bill Robinson’s Harlem Stars documents. Continue Reading →
This image is from Siskind’s Harlem Document Series, which he did in the middle 1930’s, while a teacher at, and a member of the Photo-League, a socially conscious group of photographers, based in New York City, interested in bringing about social change through the influence of photography on public opinion.
Harlem’s exclusive real estate service firms, Harlem Lofts, Inc. (Harlem Lofts) and Harlem Property Re+Development, Inc. (HPRe+D) and Harlem Property Management Inc., graciously decorating more than 30 Harlem Townhouses again this holiday season. Continue Reading →
Capital One volunteers proudly served lunch above and more to WHEELS high school students in celebration of submitting their college applications during the NYC Outward Bound Schools College March on Friday, December 12th, 2014.
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The Apollo Theater will continue celebrating the holiday season with the return of the free family event Coca-Cola Winter Wonderland; a special edition of the Theater’s signature program Apollo Amateur Night Holiday Special with special guest artist Diggy Simmons; and the 8th annual Kwanzaa Celebration Regeneration Night which honors the principles of Kwanzaa through music and dance. Continue Reading →
With Harlem born Alicia Keys’s New Year’s Eve due date fast approaching, the Grammy-winning singer celebrated her impending arrival with a little help from her family.
On November 26, 2014, the Helene Fuld College of Nursing (HFCN) celebrated student achievement and volunteerism at an awards luncheon held at their facility, located at 24 East 120th Street in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →